Part 75 - MANDATORY SAFETY STANDARDSUNDERGROUND COAL MINES  


Subpart A — General
§ 75.1 Scope.
§ 75.2 Definitions.
Subpart B — Qualified and Certified Persons
§ 75.100 Certified person.
§ 75.150 Tests for methane and for oxygen deficiency; qualified person.
§ 75.151 Tests for methane; qualified person; additional requirement.
§ 75.152 Tests of air flow; qualified person.
§ 75.153 Electrical work; qualified person.
§ 75.154 Repair of energized surface high voltage lines; qualified person.
§ 75.155 Qualified hoisting engineer; qualifications.
§ 75.156 AMS operator, qualifications.
§ 75.159 Records of certified and qualified persons.
§ 75.160 Training programs.
§ 75.161 Plans for training programs.
Subpart C — Roof Support
§ 75.200 Scope.
§ 75.201 Definitions.
§ 75.202 Protection from falls of roof, face and ribs.
§ 75.203 Mining methods.
§ 75.204 Roof bolting.
§ 75.205 Installation of roof support using mining machines with integral roof bolters.
§ 75.206 Conventional roof support.
§ 75.207 Pillar recovery.
§ 75.208 Warning devices.
§ 75.209 Automated Temporary Roof Support (ATRS) systems.
§ 75.210 Manual installation of temporary support.
§ 75.211 Roof testing and scaling.
§ 75.212 Rehabilitation of areas with unsupported roof.
§ 75.213 Roof support removal.
§ 75.214 Supplemental support materials, equipment and tools.
§ 75.215 Longwall mining systems.
§ 75.220 Roof control plan.
§ 75.221 Roof control plan information.
§ 75.222 Roof control plan-approval criteria.
§ 75.223 Evaluation and revision of roof control plan.
Subpart D — Ventilation
§ 75.300 Scope.
§ 75.301 Definitions.
§ 75.302 Main mine fans.
§ 75.310 Installation of main mine fans.
§ 75.311 Main mine fan operation.
§ 75.312 Main mine fan examinations and records.
§ 75.313 Main mine fan stoppage with persons underground.
§ 75.320 Air quality detectors and measurement devices.
§ 75.321 Air quality.
§ 75.322 Harmful quantities of noxious gases.
§ 75.323 Actions for excessive methane.
§ 75.324 Intentional changes in the ventilation system.
§ 75.325 Air quantity.
§ 75.326 Mean entry air velocity.
§ 75.327 Air courses and trolley haulage systems.
§ 75.330 Face ventilation control devices.
§ 75.331 Auxiliary fans and tubing.
§ 75.332 Working sections and working places.
§ 75.333 Ventilation controls.
§ 75.334 Worked-out areas and areas where pillars are being recovered.
§ 75.335 Seal strengths, design applications, and installation.
§ 75.336 Sampling and monitoring requirements.
§ 75.337 Construction and repair of seals.
§ 75.338 Training.
§ 75.339 Seals records.
§ 75.340 Underground electrical installations.
§ 75.341 Direct-fired intake air heaters.
§ 75.342 Methane monitors.
§ 75.343 Underground shops.
§ 75.344 Compressors.
§ 75.350 Belt air course ventilation.
§ 75.351 Atmospheric monitoring systems.
§ 75.352 Actions in response to AMS malfunction, alert, or alarm signals.
§ 75.360 Preshift examination at fixed intervals.
§ 75.361 Supplemental examination.
§ 75.362 On-shift examination.
§ 75.363 Hazardous conditions and violations of mandatory health or safety standards; posting, correcting, and recording.
§ 75.364 Weekly examination.
§ 75.370 Mine ventilation plan; submission and approval.
§ 75.371 Mine ventilation plan; contents.
§ 75.372 Mine ventilation map.
§ 75.373 Reopening mines.
§ 75.380 Escapeways; bituminous and lignite mines.
§ 75.381 Escapeways; anthracite mines.
§ 75.382 Mechanical escape facilities.
§ 75.384 Longwall and shortwall travelways.
§ 75.385 Opening new mines.
§ 75.386 Final mining of pillars.
§ 75.388 Boreholes in advance of mining.
§ 75.389 Mining into inaccessible areas.
Subpart E — Combustible Materials and Rock Dusting
§ 75.400-1 Definitions.
§ 75.400-2 Cleanup program.
§ 75.400 Accumulation of combustible materials.
§ 75.401 Abatement of dust; water or water with a wetting agent.
§ 75.402 Rock dusting.
§ 75.403 Maintenance of incombustible content of rock dust.
§ 75.404 Exemption of anthracite mines.
§ 75.401-1 Excessive amounts of dust.
§ 75.402-1 Definition.
§ 75.402-2 Exceptions.
§ 75.403-1 Incombustible content.
Subpart F — Electrical Equipment — General
§ 75.500-1 Other low horsepower electric face equipment.
§ 75.510-1 Repair of energized trolley wires; training.
§ 75.500 Permissible electric equipment.
§ 75.501 Permissible electric face equipment; coal seams above water table.
§ 75.502 Permits for noncompliance.
§ 75.503 Permissible electric face equipment; maintenance.
§ 75.504 Permissibility of new, replacement, used, reconditioned, additional, and rebuilt electric face equipment.
§ 75.505 Mines classed gassy; use and maintenance of permissible electric face equipment.
§ 75.506 Electric face equipment; requirements for permissibility.
§ 75.507 Power connection points.
§ 75.508 Map of electrical system.
§ 75.509 Electric power circuit and electric equipment; deenergization.
§ 75.510 Energized trolley wires; repair.
§ 75.511 Low-, medium-, or high-voltage distribution circuits and equipment; repair.
§ 75.512 Electric equipment; examination, testing and maintenance.
§ 75.513 Electric conductor; capacity and insulation.
§ 75.514 Electrical connections or splices; suitability.
§ 75.515 Cable fittings; suitability.
§ 75.516 Power wires; support.
§ 75.517 Power wires and cables; insulation and protection.
§ 75.518 Electric equipment and circuits; overload and short circuit protection.
§ 75.519 Main power circuits; disconnecting switches.
§ 75.520 Electric equipment; switches.
§ 75.521 Lightning arresters; ungrounded and exposed power conductors and telephone wires.
§ 75.522 Lighting devices.
§ 75.523 Electric face equipment; deenergization.
§ 75.524 Electric face equipment; electric equipment used in return air outby the last open crosscut; maximum level of alternating or direct electric current between frames of equipment.
Appendix A to Subpart F of Part 75—List of Permissible Electric Face Equipment Approved by the Bureau of Mines Prior to May 23, 1936
§ 75.511-1 Qualified person.
§ 75.501-1 Coal seams above the water table.
§ 75.501-2 Permissible electric face equipment.
§ 75.501-3 New openings; mines above water table and never classed gassy.
§ 75.522-1 Incandescent and fluorescent lamps.
§ 75.512-1 Qualified person.
§ 75.512-2 Frequency of examinations.
§ 75.523-1 Deenergization of self-propelled electric face equipment installation requirements.
§ 75.503-1 Statement listing all electric face equipment.
§ 75.513-1 Electric conductor; size.
§ 75.523-2 Deenergization of self-propelled electric face equipment; performance requirements.
§ 75.523-3 Automatic emergency-parking brakes.
§ 75.516-1 Installed insulators.
§ 75.506-1 Electric face equipment; permissible condition; maintenance requirements.
§ 75.516-2 Communication wires and cables; installation; insulation; support.
§ 75.517-1 Power wires and cables; insulation and protection.
§ 75.507-1 Electric equipment other than power-connection points; outby the last open crosscut; return air; permissibility requirements.
§ 75.517-2 Plans for insulation of existing bare power wires and cables.
§ 75.508-1 Mine tracks.
§ 75.518-1 Electric equipment and circuits; overload and short circuit protection; minimum requirements.
§ 75.508-2 Changes in electric system map; recording.
§ 75.518-2 Incandescent lamps, overload and short circuit protection.
§ 75.519-1 Main power circuits; disconnecting switches; locations.
Subpart G — Trailing Cables
§ 75.600-1 Approved cables; flame resistance.
§ 75.600 Trailing cables; flame resistance.
§ 75.601 Short circuit protection of trailing cables.
§ 75.602 Trailing cable junctions.
§ 75.603 Temporary splice of trailing cable.
§ 75.604 Permanent splicing of trailing cables.
§ 75.605 Clamping of trailing cables to equipment.
§ 75.606 Protection of trailing cables.
§ 75.607 Breaking trailing cable and power cable connections.
§ 75.601-1 Short circuit protection; ratings and settings of circuit breakers.
§ 75.601-2 Short circuit protection; use of fuses; approval by the Secretary.
§ 75.601-3 Short circuit protection; dual element fuses; current ratings; maximum values.
Subpart H — Grounding
§ 75.700-1 Approved methods of grounding.
§ 75.700 Grounding metallic sheaths, armors, and conduits enclosing power conductors.
§ 75.701 Grounding metallic frames, casings, and other enclosures of electric equipment.
§ 75.702 Protection other than grounding.
§ 75.703 Grounding offtrack direct-current machines and the enclosures of related detached components.
§ 75.704 Grounding frames of stationary high-voltage equipment receiving power from ungrounded delta systems.
§ 75.705 Work on high-voltage lines; deenergizing and grounding.
§ 75.706 Deenergized underground power circuits; idle days — idle shifts.
§ 75.701-1 Approved methods of grounding of equipment receiving power from ungrounded alternating current power systems.
§ 75.701-2 Approved method of grounding metallic frames, casings and other enclosures receiving power from single-phase 110-220-volt circuit.
§ 75.701-3 Approved methods of grounding metallic frames, casings and other enclosures of electric equipment receiving power from direct current power systems with one polarity grounded.
§ 75.701-4 Grounding wires; capacity of wires.
§ 75.701-5 Use of grounding connectors.
§ 75.702-1 Protection other than grounding; approved by an authorized representative of the Secretary.
§ 75.703-1 Approved method of grounding.
§ 75.703-2 Approved grounding mediums.
§ 75.703-3 Approved methods of grounding offtrack mobile, portable and stationary direct-current machines.
§ 75.703-4 Other methods of protecting offtrack direct-current equipment; approved by an authorized representative of the Secretary.
§ 75.704-1 Approved methods of grounding.
§ 75.705-1 Work on high-voltage lines.
§ 75.705-2 Repairs to energized surface high-voltage lines.
§ 75.705-3 Work on energized high-voltage surface lines; reporting.
§ 75.705-4 Simultaneous repairs.
§ 75.705-5 Installation of protective equipment.
§ 75.705-6 Protective clothing; use and inspection.
§ 75.705-7 Protective equipment; inspection.
§ 75.705-8 Protective equipment; testing and storage.
§ 75.705-9 Operating disconnecting or cutout switches.
§ 75.705-10 Tying into energized high-voltage surface circuits.
§ 75.705-11 Use of grounded messenger wires; ungrounded systems.
Subpart I — Underground High-Voltage Distribution
§ 75.800-1 Circuit breakers; location.
§ 75.800-2 Approved circuit schemes.
§ 75.800-3 Testing, examination and maintenance of circuit breakers; procedures.
§ 75.800-4 Testing, examination, and maintenance of circuit breakers; record.
§ 75.800 High-voltage circuits; circuit breakers.
§ 75.801 Grounding resistors.
§ 75.802 Protection of high-voltage circuits extending underground.
§ 75.803 Fail safe ground check circuits on high-voltage resistance grounded systems.
§ 75.804 Underground high-voltage cables.
§ 75.805 Couplers.
§ 75.806 Connection of single-phase loads.
§ 75.807 Installation of high-voltage transmission cables.
§ 75.808 Disconnecting devices.
§ 75.809 Identification of circuit breakers and disconnecting switches.
§ 75.810 High-voltage trailing cables; splices.
§ 75.811 High-voltage underground equipment; grounding.
§ 75.812 Movement of high-voltage power centers and portable transformers; permit.
§ 75.813 High-voltage longwalls; scope.
§ 75.814 Electrical protection.
§ 75.815 Disconnect devices.
§ 75.816 Guarding of cables.
§ 75.817 Cable handling and support systems.
§ 75.818 Use of insulated cable handling equipment.
§ 75.819 Motor-starter enclosures; barriers and interlocks.
§ 75.820 Electrical work; troubleshooting and testing.
§ 75.821 Testing, examination and maintenance.
§ 75.822 Underground high-voltage longwall cables.
§ 75.823 Scope.
§ 75.824 Electrical protection.
§ 75.825 Power centers.
§ 75.826 High-voltage trailing cables.
§ 75.827 Guarding of trailing cables.
§ 75.828 Trailing cable pulling.
§ 75.829 Tramming continuous mining machines in and out of the mine and from section to section.
§ 75.830 Splicing and repair of trailing cables.
§ 75.831 Electrical work; troubleshooting and testing.
§ 75.832 Frequency of examinations; recordkeeping.
§ 75.833 Handling high-voltage trailing cables.
§ 75.834 Training.
Appendix A to Subpart I of Part 75—Diagrams of Inby and Outby Switching
§ 75.812-1 Qualified person.
§ 75.812-2 High-voltage power centers and transformers; record of examination.
§ 75.803-1 Maximum voltage ground check circuits.
§ 75.803-2 Ground check systems not employing pilot check wires; approval by the Secretary.
Subpart J — Underground Low- and Medium-Voltage Alternating Current Circuits
§ 75.900-1 Circuit breakers; location.
§ 75.900-2 Approved circuit schemes.
§ 75.900-3 Testing, examination, and maintenance of circuit breakers; procedures.
§ 75.900-4 Testing, examination, and maintenance of circuit breakers; record.
§ 75.900 Low- and medium-voltage circuits serving three-phase alternating current equipment; circuit breakers.
§ 75.901 Protection of low- and medium-voltage three-phase circuits used underground.
§ 75.902 Low- and medium-voltage ground check monitor circuits.
§ 75.903 Disconnecting devices.
§ 75.904 Identification of circuit breakers.
§ 75.905 Connection of single-phase loads.
§ 75.906 Trailing cables for mobile equipment, ground wires, and ground check wires.
§ 75.907 Design of trailing cables for medium-voltage circuits.
Appendix A to Subpart J of Part 75
§ 75.902-1 Maximum voltage ground check circuits.
§ 75.902-2 Approved ground check systems not employing pilot check wires.
§ 75.902-4 Attachment of ground conductors and ground check wires to equipment frames; use of separate connections.
Subpart K — Trolley Wires and Trolley Feeder Wires
§ 75.1000 Cutout switches.
§ 75.1001 Overcurrent protection.
§ 75.1002 Installation of electric equipment and conductors; permissibility.
§ 75.1003 Insulation of trolley wires, trolley feeder wires and bare signal wires; guarding of trolley wires and trolley feeder wires.
§ 75.1001-1 Devices for overcurrent protection; testing and calibration requirements; records.
§ 75.1003-1 Other requirements for guarding of trolley wires and trolley feeder wires.
§ 75.1003-2 Requirements for movement of off-track mining equipment in areas of active workings where energized trolley wires or trolley feeder wires are present; pre-movement requirements; certified and qualified persons.
Subpart L — Fire Protection
§ 75.1100-1 Type and quality of firefighting equipment.
§ 75.1100-2 Quantity and location of firefighting equipment.
§ 75.1100-3 Condition and examination of firefighting equipment.
§ 75.1100 Requirements.
§ 75.1101 Deluge-type water sprays, foam generators; main and secondary belt-conveyor drives.
§ 75.1102 Slippage and sequence switches.
§ 75.1103 Automatic fire warning devices.
§ 75.1104 Underground storage, lubricating oil and grease.
§ 75.1106 Welding, cutting, or soldering with arc or flame underground.
§ 75.1107 Fire suppression devices.
§ 75.1108 Approved conveyor belts.
§ 75.1101-1 Deluge-type water spray systems.
§ 75.1101-2 Installation of deluge-type sprays.
§ 75.1101-3 Water requirements.
§ 75.1101-4 Branch lines.
§ 75.1101-5 Installation of foam generator systems.
§ 75.1101-6 Water sprinkler systems; general.
§ 75.1101-7 Installation of water sprinkler systems; requirements.
§ 75.1101-8 Water sprinkler systems; arrangement of sprinklers.
§ 75.1101-9 Back-up water system.
§ 75.1101-10 Water sprinkler systems; fire warning devices at belt drives.
§ 75.1101-11 Inspection of water sprinkler systems.
§ 75.1101-12 Equivalent dry-pipe system.
§ 75.1101-13 Dry powder chemical systems; general.
§ 75.1101-14 Installation of dry powder chemical systems.
§ 75.1101-15 Construction of dry powder chemical systems.
§ 75.1101-16 Dry powder chemical systems; sensing and fire-suppression devices.
§ 75.1101-17 Sealing of dry powder chemical systems.
§ 75.1101-18 Dry powder requirements.
§ 75.1101-19 Nozzles; flow rate and direction.
§ 75.1101-20 Safeguards for dry powder chemical systems.
§ 75.1101-21 Back-up water system.
§ 75.1101-22 Inspection of dry powder chemical systems.
§ 75.1103-1 Automatic fire sensors.
§ 75.1103-2 Automatic fire sensors; approved components; installation requirements.
§ 75.1103-3 Automatic fire sensor and warning device systems; minimum requirements; general.
§ 75.1103-4 Automatic fire sensor and warning device systems; installation; minimum requirements.
§ 75.1103-5 Automatic fire warning devices; actions and response.
§ 75.1103-6 Automatic fire sensors; actuation of fire suppression systems.
§ 75.1103-7 Electrical components; permissibility requirements.
§ 75.1103-8 Automatic fire sensor and warning device systems; examination and test requirements.
§ 75.1103-9 Minimum requirements; fire suppression materials and location; maintenance of entries and crosscuts; access doors; communications; fire crews; high-expansion foam devices.
§ 75.1103-10 Fire suppression systems; additional requirements.
§ 75.1103-11 Tests of fire hydrants and fire hose; record of tests.
§ 75.1106-1 Test for methane.
§ 75.1106-2 Transportation of liquefied and nonliquefied compressed gas cylinders; requirements.
§ 75.1106-3 Storage of liquefied and nonliquefied compressed gas cylinders; requirements.
§ 75.1106-4 Use of liquefied and nonliquefied compressed gas cylinders; general requirements.
§ 75.1106-5 Maintenance and tests of liquefied and nonliquefied compressed gas cylinders; accessories and equipment; requirements.
§ 75.1106-6 Exemption of small low pressure gas cylinders containing nonflammable or nonexplosive gas mixtures.
§ 75.1107-1 Fire-resistant hydraulic fluids and fire suppression devices on underground equipment.
§ 75.1107-2 Approved fire-resistant hydraulic fluids; minimum requirements.
§ 75.1107-3 Fire suppression devices; approved components; installation requirements.
§ 75.1107-4 Automatic fire sensors and manual actuators; installation; minimum requirements.
§ 75.1107-5 Electrical components of fire suppression devices; permissibility requirements.
§ 75.1107-6 Capacity of fire suppression devices; location and direction of nozzles.
§ 75.1107-7 Water spray devices; capacity; water supply; minimum requirements.
§ 75.1107-8 Fire suppression devices; extinguishant supply systems.
§ 75.1107-9 Dry chemical devices; capacity; minimum requirements.
§ 75.1107-10 High expansion foam devices; minimum capacity.
§ 75.1107-11 Extinguishing agents; requirements on mining equipment employed in low coal.
§ 75.1107-12 Inerting of mine atmosphere prohibited.
§ 75.1107-13 Approval of other fire suppression devices.
§ 75.1107-14 Guards and handrails; requirements where fire suppression devices are employed.
§ 75.1107-15 Fire suppression devices; hazards; training of miners.
§ 75.1107-16 Inspection of fire suppression devices.
§ 75.1107-17 Incorporation by reference; availability of publications.
Subpart M — Maps
§ 75.1200-1 Additional information on mine map.
§ 75.1200-2 Accuracy and scale of mine maps.
§ 75.1200 Mine map.
§ 75.1201 Certification.
§ 75.1202 Temporary notations, revisions, and supplements.
§ 75.1203 Availability of mine map.
§ 75.1204 Mine closure; filing of map with Secretary.
§ 75.1202-1 Temporary notations, revisions, and supplements.
§ 75.1204-1 Places to give notice and file maps.
Subpart N — Explosives and Blasting
§ 75.1300 Definitions.
§ 75.1301 Qualified person.
§ 75.1310 Explosives and blasting equipment.
§ 75.1311 Transporting explosives and detonators.
§ 75.1312 Explosives and detonators in underground magazines.
§ 75.1313 Explosives and detonators outside of magazines.
§ 75.1314 Sheathed explosive units.
§ 75.1315 Boreholes for explosives.
§ 75.1316 Preparation before blasting.
§ 75.1317 Primer cartridges.
§ 75.1318 Loading boreholes.
§ 75.1319 Weight of explosives permitted in boreholes in bituminous and lignite mines.
§ 75.1320 Multiple-shot blasting.
§ 75.1321 Permits for firing more than 20 boreholes and for use of nonpermissible blasting units.
§ 75.1322 Stemming boreholes.
§ 75.1323 Blasting circuits.
§ 75.1324 Methane concentration and tests.
§ 75.1325 Firing procedures.
§ 75.1326 Examination after blasting.
§ 75.1327 Misfires.
§ 75.1328 Damaged or deteriorated explosives and detonators.
Subpart O — Hoisting and Mantrips
§ 75.1400-1 Hoists; brakes, capability.
§ 75.1400-2 Hoists; tests of safety catches; records.
§ 75.1400-3 Daily examination of hoisting equipment.
§ 75.1400-4 Certifications and records of daily examinations.
§ 75.1400 Hoisting equipment; general.
§ 75.1401 Hoists; rated capacities; indicators.
§ 75.1402 Communication between shaft stations and hoist room.
§ 75.1403 Other safeguards.
§ 75.1404 Automatic brakes; speed reduction gear.
§ 75.1405 Automatic couplers.
§ 75.1429 Guide ropes.
§ 75.1430 Wire ropes; scope.
§ 75.1431 Minimum rope strength.
§ 75.1432 Initial measurement.
§ 75.1433 Examinations.
§ 75.1434 Retirement criteria.
§ 75.1435 Load end attachments.
§ 75.1436 Drum end attachment.
§ 75.1437 End attachment retermination.
§ 75.1438 End attachment replacement.
§ 75.1401-1 Hoists; indicators.
§ 75.1402-1 Communication between shaft stations and hoist room.
§ 75.1402-2 Tests of signaling systems.
§ 75.1403-1 General criteria.
§ 75.1403-2 Criteria — Hoists transporting materials; brakes.
§ 75.1403-3 Criteria — Drum clutch; cage construction.
§ 75.1403-4 Criteria — Automatic elevators.
§ 75.1403-5 Criteria — Belt conveyors.
§ 75.1403-6 Criteria — Self-propelled personnel carriers.
§ 75.1403-7 Criteria — Mantrips.
§ 75.1403-8 Criteria — Track haulage roads.
§ 75.1403-9 Criteria — Shelter holes.
§ 75.1403-10 Criteria — Haulage; general.
§ 75.1403-11 Criteria — Entrances to shafts and slopes.
§ 75.1404-1 Braking system.
§ 75.1405-1 Automatic couplers, haulage equipment.
Subpart P — Mine Emergencies
§ 75.1500 [Reserved]
§ 75.1501 Emergency evacuations.
§ 75.1502 Mine emergency evacuation and firefighting program of instruction.
§ 75.1503 Use of fire suppression equipment.
§ 75.1504 Mine emergency evacuation training and drills.
§ 75.1505 Escapeway maps.
§ 75.1506 Refuge alternatives.
§ 75.1507 Emergency Response Plan; refuge alternatives.
§ 75.1508 Training and records for examination, maintenance and repair of refuge alternatives and components.
Subpart Q — Communications
§ 75.1600-1 Communication facilities; main portals; installation requirements.
§ 75.1600-2 Communication facilities; working sections; installation and maintenance requirements; audible or visual alarms.
§ 75.1600-3 Communications facilities; refuge alternatives.
§ 75.1600 Communications.
Subpart R — Miscellaneous
§ 75.1710-1 Canopies or cabs; self-propelled diesel-powered and electric face equipment; installation requirements.
§ 75.1720-1 Distinctively colored hard hats, or hard caps; identification for newly employed, inexperienced miners.
§ 75.1700 Oil and gas wells.
§ 75.1702 Smoking; prohibition.
§ 75.1703 Portable electric lamps.
§ 75.1708 Surface structures, fireproofing.
§ 75.1709 Accumulations of methane and coal dust on surface coal-handling facilities.
§ 75.1710 Canopies or cabs; diesel-powered and electric face equipment.
§ 75.1711 Sealing of mines.
§ 75.1712 Bath houses and toilet facilities.
§ 75.1713 Emergency medical assistance; first-aid.
§ 75.1714 Availability of approved self-rescue devices; instruction in use and location.
§ 75.1715 Identification check system.
§ 75.1716 Operations under water.
§ 75.1717 Exemptions.
§ 75.1718 Drinking water.
§ 75.1719 Illumination; purpose and scope of §§ 75.1719 through 75.1719-4; time for compliance.
§ 75.1720 Protective clothing; requirements.
§ 75.1721 Opening of new underground coal mines, or reopening and reactivating of abandoned or deactivated coal mines, notification by the operator; requirements.
§ 75.1722 Mechanical equipment guards.
§ 75.1723 Stationary grinding machines; protective devices.
§ 75.1724 Hand-held power tools; safety devices.
§ 75.1725 Machinery and equipment; operation and maintenance.
§ 75.1726 Performing work from a raised position; safeguards.
§ 75.1727 Drive belts.
§ 75.1728 Power-driven pulleys.
§ 75.1729 Welding operations.
§ 75.1730 Compressed air; general; compressed air systems.
§ 75.1731 Maintenance of belt conveyors and belt conveyor entries.
§ 75.1732 Proximity detection systems.
§ 75.1711-1 Sealing of shaft openings.
§ 75.1711-2 Sealing of slope or drift openings.
§ 75.1711-3 Openings of active mines.
§ 75.1702-1 Smoking programs.
§ 75.1712-1 Availability of surface bathing facilities; change rooms; and sanitary facilities.
§ 75.1712-2 Location of surface facilities.
§ 75.1712-3 Minimum requirements of surface bathing facilities, change rooms, and sanitary toilet facilities.
§ 75.1712-4 Waiver of surface facilities requirements.
§ 75.1712-5 Application for waiver of surface facilities.
§ 75.1712-6 Underground sanitary facilities; installation and maintenance.
§ 75.1712-7 Underground sanitary facilities; waiver of requirements.
§ 75.1712-8 Application for waiver of location requirements for underground sanitary facilities.
§ 75.1712-9 Issuance of waivers.
§ 75.1712-10 Underground sanitary facilities; maintenance.
§ 75.1713-1 Arrangements for emergency medical assistance and transportation for injured persons; agreements; reporting requirements; posting requirements.
§ 75.1703-1 Permissible lamps.
§ 75.1713-2 Emergency communications; requirements.
§ 75.1713-3 First-Aid training; supervisory employees.
§ 75.1713-4 First-aid training program; availability of instruction to all miners.
§ 75.1713-5 First-aid training program; retraining of supervisory employees; availability to all miners.
§ 75.1713-6 First-aid training program; minimum requirements.
§ 75.1713-7 First-aid equipment; location; minimum requirements.
§ 75.1714-1 Approved self-rescue devices.
§ 75.1714-2 Self-rescue devices; use and location requirements.
§ 75.1714-3 Self-rescue devices; inspection, testing, maintenance, repair, and recordkeeping.
§ 75.1714-4 Additional self-contained self-rescuers (SCSRs).
§ 75.1714-5 Map locations of self-contained self-rescuers (SCSR).
§ 75.1714-6 Emergency tethers.
§ 75.1714-7 Multi-gas detectors.
§ 75.1714-8 Reporting SCSR inventory and malfunctions; retention of SCSRs.
§ 75.1716-1 Operations under water; notification by operator.
§ 75.1716-2 Permit required.
§ 75.1716-3 Applications for permits.
§ 75.1716-4 Issuance of permits.
§ 75.1707-1 New working section.
§ 75.1708-1 Surface structures; fireproof construction.
§ 75.1718-1 Drinking water; quality.
§ 75.1719-1 Illumination in working places.
§ 75.1719-2 Lighting fixtures; requirements.
§ 75.1719-3 Methods of measurement; light measuring instruments.
§ 75.1719-4 Mining machines, cap lamps; requirements.
Subpart S [Reserved]
Subpart T — Diesel-Powered Equipment
§ 75.1900 Definitions.
§ 75.1901 Diesel fuel requirements.
§ 75.1902 Underground diesel fuel storage — general requirements.
§ 75.1903 Underground diesel fuel storage facilities and areas; construction and safety precautions.
§ 75.1904 Underground diesel fuel tanks and safety cans.
§ 75.1905 Dispensing of diesel fuel.
§ 75.1906 Transport of diesel fuel.
§ 75.1907 Diesel-powered equipment intended for use in underground coal mines.
§ 75.1908 Nonpermissible diesel-powered equipment; categories.
§ 75.1909 Nonpermissible diesel-powered equipment; design and performance requirements.
§ 75.1910 Nonpermissible diesel-powered equipment; electrical system design and performance requirements.
§ 75.1911 Fire suppression systems for diesel-powered equipment and fuel transportation units.
§ 75.1912 Fire suppression systems for permanent underground diesel fuel storage facilities.
§ 75.1913 Starting aids.
§ 75.1914 Maintenance of diesel-powered equipment.
§ 75.1915 Training and qualification of persons working on diesel-powered equipment.
§ 75.1916 Operation of diesel-powered equipment.
§ 75.1905-1 Diesel fuel piping systems.

Authority

30 U.S.C. 811.

Source

35 FR 17890, Nov. 20, 1970, unless otherwise noted.

EditorNote

, The provisions of this part marked [Statutory Provision] appear in Title III of the Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Act of 1969.